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(757) 473-0111

5201 Virginia Beach Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Mon - Fri: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Sat: 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sun: Closed

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Welcome to Pet Care Veterinary Hospital

Pet Care Veterinary Hospital has been providing compassionate, state-of-the-art preventative, diagnostic, and surgical veterinary care for the Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Williamsburg, and Newport News area since 1984. We are an AAHA-accredited hospital, employing advanced technologies and procedures, including digital X-ray, ultrasound, laser therapy and dentistry as well as routine examinations and vaccinations.

Our veterinarians and staff understand the importance of the special bond you share with your pet and are dedicated to providing the best that modern veterinary care has to offer. Our ultimate goal is to keep your companion healthy and happy, so that you can enjoy each other’s company for many years to come.

Meet Our Veterinarians

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Dr. Peter G. Fisher

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Dr. Herbert A. Hulls

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Dr. Andrew D. Bean

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Dr. Jessica M. Urban


We are a Cat Friendly Practice

Some of Our Veterinary Services

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Canine Care

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Feline Care

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Rabbit Care

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Ferret Care

Small Mammal Care Small Mammal Care

Small Mammal Care

Bird Care Bird Care

Bird Care

Reptile Care Reptile Care

Reptile Care

Pet Diagnostics Pet Diagnostics


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Alternative Therapy

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Veterinary Health Articles

What can I offer my bird as a treat?

What can I offer my bird as a treat?

Many bird owners want to offer their pet birds a food treat as a way of signaling love or as a training tool while working on behavior modification and communication……

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When Your Rabbit Stops Eating

When Your Rabbit Stops Eating

Not eating is usually no big deal for dogs or cats, but often indicates serious trouble in bunnies….

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Feeding Your Bearded Dragon

Feeding Your Bearded Dragon

A healthy bearded dragon should have a healthy appetite. As omnivores they should eat a mixture of veggies and animal matter….

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